CNet has a deep review of the special edition gold Motorola RAZR V3i. This updated model features gold and silver accents, along with an engraved D&G logo. Like its predecessor, the phone features a 1.23MP digicam, 12MB memory, Micro SDTM card slot, and USB connectivity.
We tested the quad-band (GSM 850/900/1800/1900; GPRS) world phone and call quality was about the same as on the original V3i. Overall, audio quality was fine, but volume was low and voices sounded fuzzy from to time. Again, we were disappointed in the lack of no support for EDGE networks. Music quality wasn’t stellar either, but it’s passable for short stints. See our review of the original RAZR V3i for a full performance assessment.